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Potts On The Spot - The Rappin Santa mp3 flac

Performer: Potts On The Spot
Title: The Rappin Santa
Style: Electro
Released: 1986
Size MP3 version: 1518 mb
Size FLAC version: 1486 mb
Size WMA version: 1432 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 218
Format: MP1 MP4 MMF VOX FLAC DMF AUD
Genre: Hip-Hop

Potts On The Spot - The Rappin Santa mp3 flac


Ok, today we have the 4th Advent Xmas is coming ! I thought I should upload a Christmas Rap tune as well this record is really hard to get, doesn't.

This was the first Hip-Hop song released on a major label. Kurtis recorded this with the help of producers Robert Ford and . They took it to Mercury Records, who signed Kurtis to a 2-single deal, under the condition that If both singles were successful, he would get an album deal.

On the Spot Lyrics ) Ooh, catch your boy he whippin' in the lot (Skrrt) Pull up in the coupe don't got no top (Vroom) I looked at my wrist it cost a lot (cost a lot) That bitch wanna fuck me on the spot (it's on the spot) Ooh, catch your boy he whippin' in the lot (Skrrt) Pull up in the coupe

Christmas Rappin" was the first Rap song released on a major label. Christmas Rappin'" was the first single, and it did very well. Kurtis got the album deal and became the first rapper signed to a major label. Every Christmas, this would sell more copies. After eight years, it went gold. So he went downstairs and forgot his cares And he rocked the spot and danced like a pro And every young girl tried to rock his world But he boogie-oogie-oogied 'til he had to go. And before he went, this fine old gent Found a gift with a sift through his big red bag In the top or the bottom, he reached in and got 'em Had toys for boys, for the girls - glad rags.

Rappin' Duke" is a 1984 hip-hop novelty song by Shawn Brown performing as the Rappin' Duke. It is the sixth track on Brown's 1985 album ¿Que Pasa?. The concept of the song is that actor John Wayne (. the Duke) is rhyming (Wayne had died in 1979). The track debuted on a San Diego radio station in 1984, becoming widely played locally and eventually peaking at 73 on the 1985 Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Billboard chart; and also charting on the Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales for 1985.

Kurtis Blow, "Christmas Rappin'". 7. Eazy-E, "Merry Muthaf-kin' Xmas". Mase, Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Salt-N-Pepa, Onyx and Keith Murray, "Santa Baby". 9. Snoop Dogg, "Santa Claus Goes Straight to the Ghetto". 10. Ying Yang Twins, "Deck da Club". 11. Ghostface Killah, "Ghostface X-Mas". 16. Treacherous 3, "Christmas Rap". 17. Ludacris, "Ludacrismas". 1. e La Soul, "Millie Pulled On Santa". 20. Outkast, "Player's Ball (Christmas Version)". 21. Gucci Mane, "St. Brick Intro". 22. Chance The Rapper, "I'm Your Santa". Kool-Aid Man, "All I Really Want For Christmas".

Rappin' Rodney is a comedy album by American comedian Rodney Dangerfield in 1983. The title track is a rap-influenced novelty song co-written by . Moore and Robert Ford J. the same songwriters who worked with Kurtis Blow on "The Breaks". Dennis Blair co-wrote the song. The accompanying music video, which includes cameos from Pat Benatar and Don Novello (as Father Guido Sarducci), was played heavily on MTV at the time of release.

Paul Potts first gained international fame after winning the first season of the reality competition series, Britain's Got Talent. Proving himself to be a worthy contender of the show, Potts eventually made it to the semi-finals, which aired on June 14, 2007. That week, Potts sang a condensed version of Time to Say Goodbye by Andrea Bocelli, which was warmly received by judges and audience members. After receiving the highest public vote, he buzzed through to the finals.

Gucci Mane unleashes 'The Spot' soundtrack for free. Gucci Mane, ever the generous artist, decides to drop off the soundtrack for his upcoming film "The Spot" for free this morning. It couldn't arrive at a better time, with Halloween on the precipice, not to mention the weekend in general. The soundtrack features some previously-released singles like "Orange" and "No Problems. Production is handled by the usual suspects: predominantly Honorable C Note but London On Da Track pops up as well. Contributions come from PeeWee Longway, Rich Homie Quan, Verse Simmonds, Waka Flocka, K Camp, Trinidad James, Chaz Gotti.

Tracklist

A The Rappin Santa (Club Version) 5:47
B1 The Rappin Santa (Radio Version) 4:02
B2 The Rappin Santa (Dub Version)

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – The Disc Ltd.
  • Mixed At – The Disc Ltd.

Credits

  • Edited By [Editing Assistant] – Ava Loury
  • Executive Producer – Bob Dennis
  • Mixed By [Mixing Consultant] – Greg Reilly
  • Producer, Written-By, Recorded By, Mixed By – Danan Potts
  • Written-By – Tyrone Burton

Notes

℗ 1986 D. Potts)
Produced for PAD Productions